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July 2015 Archives

What do I do to give my injury case the best chance of success?

There are a lot of phrases that have managed to gain a toehold in the common lexicon of the United States. One is, "right makes might." Or is it, "might makes right"? A little bit of online research suggests they both have earned something of iconic status.

Pedestrian fatalities: A clear problem with no clear solution

We think everyone would agree that the most vulnerable individuals on the streets of League City and Galveston are those who make their way around town without the benefit of a personal motor vehicle. You might not wish to classify motorcycle riders in that group, but the reality is that they, too, are at greater risk of injury than others when they get into collisions with cars and trucks.

Could Texas-made tech be a way to expel ghost bikes?

Efforts to try to get a statewide safe passing distance law enacted in Texas haven't met with success to date. As we noted in a post not too long ago, that has meant that individual cities have taken action on their own with local ordinances. Twenty-three have done so.

Texas gives stamp of approval to autocycle

Is innovation in the United States dead? If you believe a lot of headlines generated in the past decade or so you might think it is. Not everyone shares the view, of course. There have been a lot of headlines recently around self-driving vehicles and new vehicle alternatives. We've tried to highlight some of them here, including one centered on a three-wheeled vehicle concept called the Elio.

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